November 30, 2007 at 4:00 am (Genealogy)
Tags: Bishop, Cox, Holmes, Lane, Moreton, Sansom
The job of of stationmaster, even at a small country station in the Victorian age, was considered to be a good position. The pay was above average and usually a house went with the job. However, despite these advantages there was little to protect anybody against what nature threw at them in the days before modern medicine and living conditions.
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September 23, 2007 at 4:00 am (Genealogy)
Tags: Biography, Genealogy, Gilbert, Gillespie, Holmes, Perowne, Scott
Thomas Thomason Perowne was born April 16, 1824 at Burdwan, Bengal the second son of the Reverend John Perowne, a missionary with the Church Missionary Society and his wife Eliza Scott, a teacher in the missionary school.
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